1. Meghan Lynn

    Your Website has some really great information, I’m particularly interested in the marjoram. I’m currently suffering from ovarian cysts and endometriosis. Looking like I may have to get a hysterectomy. I live in a small town, limited from herbal stores. Do you have any suggestions of where I can find this essential oil?

  2. Sarah

    I have been using essential oils for my sciatica for 7 weeks now – although I still have pain, it is so much more manageble! I use castor oil as the carrier oil, about 2 tablespoons. I add 10 drops each peppermint, genarium, ginger, lavender, eucoluptus oils. For the first time in ages I no longer wake up in the middle of the night with unbearable pain. Essential oils are the only method I will ever use to combat my pain!

    • Hi Sarah,

      It has occurred to me for a while that there are a lot of people who are seeking non-invasive ways to, as you say, combat pain caused by such ailments as sciatica. That’s why I wrote the post. Thank you for adding to the conversation with some of your own useful insights. Take care and I wish you the best of luck.

  3. Joeri

    Thank you! I really appreciate your willingness to help, and your generosity for sharing such wonderful information for us for free. THANK you.

    • Hi Joeri,

      It’s the mission of my web site to provide comfort and solutions that can help people deal with the challenges of daily pain. I am very happy that you found the information in the post useful. Keep of good cheers.

  4. Andy

    My husband is a incomplete spinal cord and I’ve been using essential oils since July of 2015 I have made creams and even done roll ins I haven’t got to buy all the oils one at a time do you have any research on suggestions on spinal cord thanks

    • Hi Andy,

      There is promising news about people why have used the Young Living Oils brand for spinal injury. I am not an affiliate, but I think It may be worthwhile for you to do some research on Young Living Oils. You can start with some Youtube videos and then do deeper research to confirm the findings. I wish you the best.

  5. Emma

    Very interesting article, only have a question or request, none of the articles mentions how much carrier oil use to dilute the amount of drops recommended and I would like to know. That would help.

    • Hi Emma,
      A good rule of thumb when seeking to make a 2% oil dilution, and that’s the most common, is to add 12 drops of essential oil to each Fl. ounce of cold pressed carrier oil. I hope this helps.

  6. Kashmira

    Very informative and helpful tips on oils and their uses. I’m happy that someone is eager to help people with their knowledge. Good website and great article!

    • Hi Kashmira,

      I’m glad you found the tips on using essential oils for pain relief useful. Thanks for the kind words about my website. This makes me very happy as it’s my passion to help people live with less pain through the use of non-medical remedies such as essential oils. Thanks for checking in.

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